Check in at Johannesburg International airport at 18h00 for your flight to Cairo departing at 21h45.
On arrival in Cairo at 05h35, stay in transit for your flight to Hurghada departing at 07h00. Met at Hurghada airport on arrival at 08h05 and transfer directly to Liveaboard.
Once Port clearance has been obtained, Liveaboard departs.
The luxury Liveaboard offers 5* service, exceptional cuisine, a friendly crew and unlimited diving opportunities.
Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served daily and tea, coffee, soft drinks and bottled water are freely available on board.
Unlimited diving on only the best dive sites in and around the Islands of Brothers, Deadalus and Elphinstone.
After 2 dives, return to the port and overnight on the Liveaboard.
Check out of the Liveaboard after breakfast (by 10am)
Hurghada: Spend the day at leisure, before transferring to the airport for your evening flight to Cairo, departing Hurghada at 20h00. [Late check out approx. R720pp if required]. On arrival in Cairo, stay in transit for your flight to Johannesburg departing at approx. 23h10.
Transfer to the airport in the morning for the flight to Cairo departing at approx. 08h35. Met on arrival at 09h40 and embark on the ½ Cairo Day Tour (Pyramids and Sphinx). After the tour, check into a day-use hotel room. Spend the afternoon at leisure. Transfer to the airport at early evening for your flight back to Johannesburg departing at approx. 23h10. (Meals at own cost)
Arrive in Johannesburg at approx. 07h10.
This Red Sea Diving itinerary combines the most famous wrecks in the northern Red Sea with stunning wall and hard coral garden reef diving.
Dive the famous four wrecks of Abu Nuhas, the Ships’ Graveyard. This reef lies close to the ship-lane toward the Suez Canal and has claimed more ships than any other in the Red Sea. The wrecks are very scenic, covered in corals and they are fantastic for photography, especially the Carnatic, having sunk in 1869.
The very famous SS Thistlegorm and the recently discovered Rosalie Moeller are World War II wrecks and one of the highlights of this cruise. The SS Thistlegorm sunk in 1941, having been bombed by the Germans while on a mission to deliver a cargo of ammunition and war materials to the British troops in North Africa. The Rosalie Moeller, a British coal cargo, suffered the same demise only two days later.
This Red Sea diving safari will also take you to Ras Mohamed National Park at the tip of Sinai, famous for its breath-taking walls rich in soft and fan corals and populated with huge shoals of fish. Nutrient-rich sediments from the Golf of Aqaba attract many fish species and also feed the coral polyps creating a paradise for divers.
You will also visit the Red Sea diving reefs off Hurghada which are very rich and wide-ranging. A variety of colorful walls and hard coral gardens with plenty of colorful fish make them well worth a visit.